“Education is an equalizer; it gives young people who are born into tough circumstances a fighting chance. I know firsthand what education and economic mobility means for young people, for entire families.”
“During these four years of schooling, the scholarship not only covered my school fees, but also provided a range of additional activities that shaped my personal growth such as participation in community service, holiday study camps, learning excursions, and mentorship sessions.”
UNC Peacock Fellow Stephanie Momanyi brings us along on one of CFK Africa’s interactive cooking sessions for mothers and children in Kibera.
CFK Africa seeks a dynamic Executive Director who can take CFK to the next level with expansion in informal settlements in East Africa. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic, fundraising and operational responsibility for CFK Africa’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.
Written by Naomi Rousselot. Hello! I’m Naomi, a 19-year-old French woman, and I would love to take you through the incredible journey I embarked on
Mitchelle completed life skills and entrepreneurship trainings through CFK Africa, preparing her to grow a successful business and empower other young people in Kibera with employment opportunities.